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    Recipe of the Day: Pumpkin Spice Buns Pumpkin spice lattes can't have all the fun. Bake the favorite fall flavor into sweet sticky buns infused with pumpkin puree and drizzled with vanilla glaze.

    This punch--a spookified version of a classic rickey--is a refreshing drink for kids after trick-or-treating.

    Rethink your dinner routine with Marcela's crowd-pleasing carnitas. Sponsored by Coca-Cola.

    Kids will love the "yuck" factor of eating worms, but everyone will appreciate that this dressed-down version of sausage and peppers is also quite yummy.

    To ensure a nice browned top to your sliders, check that the broiler flame is on when you pop them in.

    With more than 800 reviews and a 5-star rating, this easy Banana Bread loaf is one to rely on.

    Trisha Yearwood bakes her easy, quick Raisin Bread inside of repurposed cans for an easy treat loaded with chewy raisins and crushed bran flakes.

    Make the dough for these Cranberry-Orange Scones a day early, cut out the scones and refrigerate them. In the morning, simply throw them in the oven and drizzle with an orange glaze for a no-stress hot breakfast.

    Rum and pumpkin puree pair perfectly in this punch that's also sweetened with dark brown sugar.

    This versatile Chocolate Candy Pie can morph to fit many moods.

    Adorably creepy, these octopus bites will fly--or swim--off the party table, with or without a plunge in the Asian-style sauce.

    This ghost-shaped crostini--Ghostinis--make an eerie accompaniment to this tomato tapenade.

    Although it looks almost like a cake, this graveyard is made up of individual cupcakes, making it a self-serve party option.

    Caramel-covered nut clusters turn into spiders with the help of licorice legs.

    All you need are three ingredients to make Sandra's easy Spider Bites.

    Sandra makes an adults-only punch that'll be the centerpiece of any Halloween bar.

    Skip store-bought and make homemade Candy Corn with Alton Brown.

    Pair homemade tomato soup with cheesy sandwiches cut out to look like pumpkins, ghosts, black cats, bats and witches.

    Turn a traditional ham salad on white bread into a bloodshot eyeball sandwich.

    Eat, drink and be scary! This Halloween, find homemade treats and decorating ideas from your favorite Food Network stars.

    The dry ingredients give these salty-sweet, from-scratch Corn Muffins their flavor, but it's the wet ingredients that make them moist and tender.

    A slice of this simple, beer-spiked Quick Bread comes with the savory notes of grated smoked Gouda, chopped fresh thyme, ground mustard and a pinch of cayenne baked right in.